Microsoft announces event centered around Azure SQL and Data Factory for next month

In May last year, Microsoft launched Learn TV, alongside other updates to its Learn platform. The online program was introduced as a means to offer the technical community an environment to view and discuss first-party content, content from the Product Group Leaders, and more.

Today, Microsoft has announced that a new digital event as part of its Data Exposed series will be hosted on Learn TV next month. This Data Exposed Special will be centered around the usage of Azure SQL and Azure Data Factory. The hosts for this event will be the Azure Data Factory team's Group Product Manager Wee Hyong Tok and Microsoft's SQL Engineering team's Product Manager Anna Hoffman.

Various SQL services that are part of Azure SQL and will be provided information regarding include Azure Virtual Machine, Azure SQL Managed Instance, Azure SQL Database, and Azure SQL Edge. For Azure Data Factory, meanwhile, the re-hosting of SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), and data delivery to Azure SQL would presumably be some of the topics in focus. A deep dive into performance tuning, creation of data architecture, and more will be conducted as well.

Members of the Azure Data Product Group that will be present during this event to interact with the community of attendees include Bob Ward, Buck Woody, Davide Mauri, Julie Koesmarno, Silvano Coriani, Mara-Florina Steiu, Arvind Shyamsundar, Anna Hoffman, Srini Acharya, Drew Skwiers-Koballa, Andreas Wolter, Mark Kromer, Sandy Winarko, Wee Hyong Tok, Ye Xu, Abhishek Narain, Linda Wang, Shirley Wang, and more.

Data Exposed airs live every Wednesday at 9 a.m. PT, and as such, this event will be taking place two weeks later on February 3, 9 a.m. PT/ February 4 9 a.m. SGT. The 'around the clock' nature of the event means that it will continue for the course of the working day, ending at 5 p.m. PT. Interested users can register for the event for free here.

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